The cultural appraisal of development projects

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Praeger, 1979 - Social Science - 138 pages
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Changes in development assistance policy; The logistics of cultural appraisal of projects; A methodology for cultural appraisal; Cultural factors in project; Social mapping; Project design; Learning from implementation; Data requirements for cultural appraisal; Infrastructure for data management.

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Cultural Factors in Projects
Social Mapping

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About the author (1979)

Glynn Cochrane, a renowned development anthropologist, was trained at Oxford University. He taught at Syracuse University and other institutions worldwide. He has worked for development agencies in the Solomon Islands, Papua New Guinea, Sri Lanka, the Cook Islands, and Tanzania. As Senior Social Advisor for Rio Tinto, he developed the company's community relations approach. His books include "Big Men and Cargo Cults," "What We Can Do for Each Other, Development Anthropology," and "The Cultural Appraisal of Development Projects," He is currently Senior Advisor to Rio Tinto on Community Relations.

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